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recording on mobile phones

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by noemie, May 16, 2012.

  1. noemie

    noemie Occasional commenter

    Not sure but have you heard of vocaroo? It's a website that lets you email sound files to anyone. If they have a phone with internet facility they could probably send it that way?
     
  2. I would really reccommend www.ipadio.com. You set up an account and register a phone number - I use my school's, as they should have it written down somewhere anyway. They phone a number from their mobile or landline, and are told they are calling from an unregistered phone. They enter the registered number and a pin number personal to your account and then record from the telephone. You get emails with the files which you can download. Simple, cheap and relatively straightforward.
     
  3. dalej

    dalej New commenter

    An alternative web solution to Vocaroo is mp3record which as the name implies allows you to record an mp3 file quickly and easily without needing to install any software. All you need is a microphone and a web connection. Have a look at Audioboo too, either as an app or desktop client. http://audioboo.fm
    Best wishes
    Joe
     
  4. dalej

    dalej New commenter

    Cinch.fm is another possibility of recording via a mobile phone, web interface and iPod/iPad app. You can upload to a private folder for use in class. See link http://edtechkit.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/classroom-audio-recording-in-cinch.html
     

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